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Surfshark VPN 3-Year Deal for NZ $105 (83% Discount)


Fast, secure and private. That is your connection with Surfshark VPN For just NZ $105 you can be safe and private online while maintaining your usual connection for the whole 3 years. Surfshark VPN is on sale for only NZ $105 with a special 3-year plan, just use the coupon code SHARK3Y and be secure online. Why you should choose Surfshark:

  • Unlimited devices and data support
  • Strict no-logs policy
  • Access to Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, SkyGo, BBC, Disney+ and many other streaming sites
  • 24/7 live customer support
  • 30-days money-back guarantee
  • Native apps for Mac, Windows, iOS, Android, Linux, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV, extensions for Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari (coming soon)
  • Access from highly restricted networks and regions
  • Industry-leading protocols: OpenVPN, IKEv2
  • HTTP over SSL/TLS browser proxy
  • Optimized for streaming and fast content delivery
  • 1040+ servers in 61+ countries
  • IP address masking, Zero-Knowledge DNS, IPV6 leak and WebRTC protection
  • CleanWeb™ (ad blocker and tracker stopper)
  • Whitelister™ (to enable specific apps to bypass the VPN)
  • MultiHop™ (connection via two countries for extra security)
  • GPS location spoofing (on Android currently)

And much, much more. So don't hesitate to try Surfshark VPN for only NZ $105 with a special 3-year deal. Use the coupon code SHARK3Y and unlock everything that the Internet has to offer securely and privately.

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  • No logs policy? Ha, I don't believe it for a minute. Most vpn providers say they don't keep logs, but do — because logs can keep them out of jail if it comes to that.


      We are based in the British Virgin Islands. Our jurisdiction does not require us to store data so we can enforce our strict no-logs policy.

      • The actual nodes aren't on those islands though. Just because you are based in the isles doesn't mean much I doubt; happy to be proven wrong with legislation however.

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